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Ride The Pine:
Its looks like the Philadelphia Sixers Shop Team was getting a little too excited during the Cyber Monday craze and didn’t bother to make sure they spelled their OWN players names correctly.
Jrue [not Drew] Holiday is in his 4th season with the Sixers, so its not like the team should be surprised by the unique spelling of his name.
Does someone get fired for this?
The Sixers Shop team has a history of sub-par work, during the summer we called them out as they were still promoting their first-round draft pick Maurice Harkless gear four days after he had been traded.
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Jrue Holiday is in his fourth season with the Philadelphia 76ers and has emerged as one of the team’s top players. He is leading Philly in points, assists, and minutes per game. Given that he’s the center of attention on the team, one would figure those running the website for the team shop would know how to spell his name. Apparently not. As our friend Spike Eskin shared with...
Following last night’s 100-98 victory over the Mavericks, Sixers forward Thaddeus Young joined the GameTime crew to talk about the season thus far. When Young is first asked if he considers the 76er’s an elite team in the Eastern Conference without Andrew Bynum, he says, “Yes, definitely.” But Chris Webber later repeats the question, while chuckling, where Thaddeus Young...
It couldn’t get much worse for the Philadelphia 76ers. After trading for one of the best centers in the game, Andrew Bynum, the big man hasn’t been able to play this season because of injuries. And now according to ESPN, Bynum is out indefinitely. “Bottom line is Andrew is out indefinitely,” general manager Tony DiLeo [...]
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I am trying not to be that mad about this situation. I mean, all he did was go out bowling for Christ sake. It was not like he went out to the club and got a little tipsy and tried to do the “Percolater’ or something like that. All he did was go “Glow-Bowling”. Well, [...](Read more...)
So, he jacked up his knee again because he wanted to go bowling.
What’s the next logical thing to do after bowling…..shooting……of course!
What I wanna know is how the city of Philadelphia feels about Andrew Bynum being so active out and about, when he should be strictly focused on his recovery.
Cause that damn knee is so sensitive…..made of glass, apparently.
On Saturday the team confirmed that there is no timetable for Andrew Bynum’s return from a troublesome knee injury. Sixers general manager Tony DiLeo says Bynum has “bilateral bone bruises and a weakened cartilage state” in his knees. The big man arrived via a trade that saw them cut bait with Andre Iguodala to invest…
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Evan Turner scored 22 points and Thaddeus Young had 20 to lead the Philadelphia 76ers to a 100-98 win over the Dallas Mavericks on Tuesday night.
Jrue Holiday had 18 points and seven assists for the Sixers, who snapped a six-game losing streak to Dallas. Philadelphia shot 6 of 14 on 3-pointers and won its second straight game.
Chris Kaman scored 20 points,...
PHILADELPHIA -- Jrue Holiday earned some unwanted rest Saturday night, and he reaped the benefits Sunday night, scoring a career-high 33 points as the Philadelphia 76ers held off the Phoenix Suns 104-101. The fourth-year point guard shot 13-for-21 from the floor and handed out 13 assists, helping the Sixers (8-6) snap a two-game losing streak. The double-double was Holiday'...
PHILADELPHIA -- Jrue Holiday almost single-handedly carried the Philadelphia 76ers in Sunday's victory over the Phoenix Suns. This time, he had plenty of help. After a scintillating 33-point, 13-assist performance two nights ago, Holiday followed that up with an 18-point, seven-assist effort in a 100-98 victory over the Dallas Mavericks Tuesday night at the Wells Fargo Center...
Evan Turner scored 22 points and Thaddeus Young had 20 to lead the Philadelphia 76ers to a 100-98 win over the Dallas Mavericks on Tuesday night.
Jrue Holiday had 18 points and seven assists for the Sixers, who snapped a six-game losing streak to Dallas.
The Sixers shot 6 of 14 on 3-pointers and won their second straight game.
Chris Kaman scored 20 points, and Elton Brand and...
This week they talk about the slow start by Boston, Andrew Bynum bowling but not balling, Kevin Love's impressive return, the Spurs offense being a thing of beauty, Chris Bosh quietly having a strong season, OJ Mayo's rebirth in Dallas and the struggles of the Raptors.
Jrue Holiday is living up to the four-year, $41 million contract extension Philadelphia rewarded him with at the start of the season. He has assumed a leadership role, and in the 76ers' last game, he carried the team to victory with perhaps the best performance of his career.
His worst offensive showing, however, came in his most recent game against the Dallas Mavericks.
Jrue Holiday’s line from the 76ers’ 104-101 win over the Phoenix Suns at the Wells Fargo Center was full of all those things a coach, teammates, and fans want to see. Holiday clicked off a career-high 33 points Sunday on 13-for-21 shooting, taking advantage of overmatched Suns defenders Goran Dragic and Sebastian Telfair. The Sixers,…